Note: Units are pre-loaded with the North American POI database. Other available coverage areas are South America, Europe+Africa, and Asia+Australia. Contact AvMap directly after purchasing the Ultra EFIS for more details on loading your device with the other databases. Additional charges will apply for other areas.
The AvMap Ultra EFIS is a stand alone device with a 3.5 ultra bright, Sunlight Readable LCD display. The unit is compact (only 1.95 / 49.5 mm installing depth) and ultra light: only 5.1 oz / 145 g while other products on the market are around 1 lb 9 oz / 700 g.
Fitting in a 84 mm (3.3) panel hole, the AvMap Ultra EFIS can be easily installed in your panel and be connected to the GPS receiver (included) and to the aircraft Pitot-static system to provide reliable and advanced ADAHRS.
- Ultra light, Ultra bright the compact standalone EFIS for a safe flight!
- Developed with UAV Navigation, the AvMap Ultra is a compact EFIS providing
reliable and advanced ADAHRS.
Designed for light-sport, ultra light and experimental aircrafts, the AvMap Ultra EFIS contains solid-state gyros, accelerometers, magnetic field sensors, air data sensors and UAV Navigation motion processor, the outcome of more than 8 years of motion and flight control experience at UAV navigation.
Ultra EFIS 3.5 PFD screen displays:
- Attitude (roll, pitch and heading)
- Airspeed from Pitot-static system
- Altitude from Pitot-static system
- Side Slip
- Vertical Speed
AvMap gives you now the possibility to choose your EFIS solution: stand alone or
integrated with EKP V. According to your cockpit space availability and your navigation needs, you can choose two displays or one unique device. The Ultra EFIS is the stand alone solution for panel mounting; otherwise, if you already own an EKP V, you may consider buying the A2 ADAHRS module to be used together with the Cockpit Docking station to complete the AvMap EFIS set. The A2 ADAHRS module in facts extends the functionalities of the EKP V Aeronautical Navigator bringing attitude and airspeed to the moving map and converting it into a centralized Glass Cockpit System for both navigation and primary flight display.